Tackling child poverty delivery plan 2022-2026 - annex 1: Child Poverty (Scotland) Act 2017 requirements

This annex to Best Start, Bright Futures: the second tackling child poverty delivery plan 2022 to 2026 explains how we have met the requirements of the Child Poverty (Scotland) Act 2017.


Stakeholders consulted during the preparation of this delivery plan[1] are set out below:

  • Access to Childcare Fund
  • Active Life Club
  • Amina Muslim Women's Resource Centre
  • Council of Ethnic Minority Voluntary Sector Organisations (CEMVO) Scotland
  • Child Poverty Action Group in Scotland
  • Children & Young People's Centre for Justice
  • Children and Young People' Commissioner
  • Children in Scotland
  • Children's Neighbourhoods Scotland*
  • Close the Gap
  • Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights (CRER)
  • Dundee International Women's Centre
  • Cryreians
  • East Ayrshire Children's Services Wellbeing Model
  • Edinburgh City Council
  • Energy Saving Trust
  • Engender
  • Equate Scotland
  • Falkirk Council
  • Family Fund Scottish Partnership
  • Fife Centre for Equalities
  • Flexibility Works
  • Glasgow Centre for Population Health
  • Glasgow Community Food Network CIC
  • Glasgow Disability Alliance
  • Inclusion Scotland
  • Joseph Rowntree Foundation
  • Multi-Cultural Family Base
  • NHS Dumfries and Galloway
  • NHS East Ayrshire GIRFEC Group
  • NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
  • North Ayrshire Council
  • One Parent Families Scotland
  • Outside the Box
  • Parenting Across Scotland
  • Perth and Kinross Council
  • Poverty Alliance** (and through them, 25 community and voluntary organisations and 68 people with direct and recent experience of living on a low income)
  • Poverty Truth Community
  • Public Health Scotland
  • Save the Children
  • Scottish Borders Council
  • Scottish Federation of Housing Associations
  • Scottish Poverty and Inequality Research Unit, Glasgow Caledonian University
  • Scottish Women's Aid
  • Scottish Women's Convention
  • Scottish Youth Parliament
  • Sikh Sanjog
  • Standard Life Foundation (Fraser of Allander Institute at the University of Strathclyde, the Poverty Evaluation and Research Unit at Manchester Metropolitan University and the Poverty Alliance)
  • STEP
  • Step Change Debt Charity
  • Stirling Council
  • West of Scotland Racial Equality Council

*Through Children's Neighbourhood Scotland, this plan benefited from consultation with children in 6 different locations – both rural and urban

** Through the Poverty Alliance, this plan benefited from consultation with an additional 25 community and voluntary organisations and 68 people with direct and recent experience of living on a low income


Email: TCPU@gov.scot

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